Season of Service
January 16th - April 23rd 2016
Let's Serve Our Schools!
We are a month and a half into this year's Season of Service and we love seeing movement of churches serving the needs of their communities through local schools. Season of Service is running from January 16th - April 23rd 2016 and will culminate with a weekend to weekend service blitz from April 16-23rd 2016 called Serve Our Schools. Why a focused service week? There's something incredible about churches working together in a specific joint effort that demonstrates to every person and neighborhood that Christians are alive and well and wanting to see communities transformed for the better. Similar efforts in collaborative service are happening in cities all across California with the Love Our Cities initiative on April 23rd. If you are planning a service event for Serve Our Schools, please let us know about it by emailing your plans to firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's Serve Our Schools together!
Director, Serve United
A strategic organization of the ACTS Group
Q Commons Sacramento
Q Commons Sacramento is happening in just a few days! (March 3rd at Studio 817) Gather alongside friends, neighbors, and community leaders to become unified, informed, and inspired to cultivate good works in our region. We will hear from an incredible lineup of national speakers as well as local speakers such as St. John's Program for Real Change's Executive Director Michele Steeb, local and nationally known entrepreneur Greg Perkins, and co-founder of webconnex, Eric Knopf.
Seating is limited, get your tickets HERE!
Stories of Service: My City Encouragement Cards
Stories of Service: Sierra Service Project's Weekend of Service
The following Story of Service has been written by Sierra Service Project, a local organization that exists to build faith and strengthen communities through service to others.
Over Valentine’s Day Weekend, 38 volunteers joined forces in Sacramento to serve their community during a Weekend of Service organized by local nonprofit, Sierra Service Project (SSP). The volunteers were mostly middle and high school youth and came from six different church congregations in the Sacramento/Bay area, and parts of the Central Valley. [read more]